Abingdon Miniature Village currently closed for renovations, and will open again for Easter.

After 4 years of planning and development Abingdon Miniature Village in Mandurah first opened to the public on 1st March 2003.

Abingdon Miniature Village's display of scale model miniatures of historic buildings from the UK, is set amongst 4 acres of magnificent award winning gardens. A 1000m² hedge maze, circular maze, model train town, mini golf, secret garden, lakes, water features, birds, playground, picnic & BBQ areas are some of the many experiences that Abingdon Miniature Village provides.

We also have the beautiful heritage tearoom ‘Ruby House’ where you can enjoy Morning & afternoon teas, Devonshire's & light lunches.

Abingdon Miniature Village is named after the town of Abingdon in Oxfordshire, 10 kms south of Oxford on the River Thames and is the oldest continually inhabited town in the UK. Buildings such as the Abingdon County HallChurch of St Nicholas, the Abbey Buildings and Old Anchor Inn pub have been meticulously reproduced in miniature.